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... and one of the many hiking trails to the summit begins here. The National park office was a tourist’s dream with a brilliant 3D model of the terrain, a small museum and helpful staff (no spoken English though). We left all our motorbike gear in a steel mesh bag locked to a pillar and set off on foot. The trail was well marked and well maintained. I proved to be not so well maintained as the knees objected some, but they made it. The actual summit ...
... a while each time we set up camp.
Domestic chores out of the way we headed off on our bicycles. Horror! After 6 years in the relatively flat north Poland, we discover Hills! I feel like a kid who’s just had the fairy wheels removed, as I make friends with my new Big Bike. It’s got 28” wheels and I feel it’s very big after the chunky mountain bike. (I was so sad to see that go to its new owner. There ...
... the clear New Moon sky was the silhouette of a beautiful church. The second packing effort was easier as everything was in one place!
Getting a gas bottle for the new stove has proved an interesting challenge. One buys an
empty bottle and then takes it somewhere else to be filled. This means that we hand over our pristine empty bottle, plus some cash. In exchange we get a battered grubby, full
... was occurring after the ski season, so the chairlift we counted on to transport our walkers to the walk start was not running. Our walk planning therefore started with a 2 kilometer climb up a muddy access road where we intersected a trail along the ridgeline. The objective was a lake nestled in a valley on the opposite side of the ridge, and Tatra views as we trekked comfortably along the ridgeline were magnificent. A late, Easter weekend snow had deposited a ...
Roznow, a little village located in southern Poland home to Pete's dziadek, ciocia, wujek and the very friendly black lab Kira which happened to be in heat during our visit hence the very friendly. A place where Pete remembers spending many summers frolicking through the cornfields and valleys of this small and quaint village.
We spent a week taking in the fresh fall air and mostly relaxing in his grandfather's ...